2 edition of Saved for Scotland found in the catalog.
Saved for Scotland
|Statement||[catalogue edited by Jane Stancliffe].|
|Contributions||Stancliffe, Jane., National Gallery of Scotland., National Art-Collections Fund (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
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A unique analysis on how the Union was saved by our commander-in-chief Mr Cameron, the lengths he went to secure his victory and the wider implications for the UK and Europe. In a series of open letters to the Prime Minister, historian Owen Dudley Edwards, examines the man behind the victory, and the manner of the victory itself.
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